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The Nature of Leadership: Reptiles, Mammals, and the Challenge of Becoming a Great Leader by B. Joseph White - President, University of Illinois, Yaron Prywes

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Appendix . Notes

Chapter 1

1.

T. J. Bouchard, Jr., D. T. Lykken, M. McGue, N. L. Segal, and A. Tellegen, “Sources of Human Psychological Differences: The Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart,” Science 250 (1990), pp. 223–228.

2.

A. Howard, “Identifying, Assessing, and Selecting Senior Leaders,” The Nature of Organizational Leadership: Understanding the Imperatives Confronting Today’s Leaders, ed. Stephen J. Zaccaro and Richard J. Klimoski (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc., 2001), pp. 305–346.

3.

M. W. McCall, Jr., and M. M. Lombardo, “Off the Track: Why and How Successful Executives Get Derailed,” Technical Report No. 21 (Greensboro, N.C.: Center for Creative Leadership, 1983).

4.

Robert Hogan and Robert B. Kaiser, “What We Know About Leadership,”

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